Our most-loved designer project features

From soft sunset hues in the Byron Bay hinterland to warm, earthy tones set against Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, the common thread shared by these richly layered spaces is a look of relaxed luxury and enduring style.   Interior: @wrightson_stewart I Stylist: @bindyward.design I Photography: @davidchatfield__ I Published: @thelocalproject I Featured: Flocca Linen Blanket in Russo, Flocca Linen Duvet in Cep, Flocca Long Pillowcase in Sable and Cep New Farm Apartment by Wrightson Stewart Nestled in Brisbane’s leafy, historic New Farm is an inspiring renovation project by locally based interior design studio Wrightson Stewart, exuding classic, contemporary elegance. Flooded with natural light and furnished with exquisitely handcrafted accents, the richly layered space demonstrates a free-flowing connection from room to room, offering thoughtful artisan touches that sit beautifully within the apartment’s timeless interior spaces. Interior: @jasesulivan I Photography: Micheal Lean I Published: @bellemagazineau I Featured: Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Sable and Maiz, Flocca Linen Duvet in Floss Byron Bay Hinterland by Jase SullivanCoupling a playful palette with global influences, this stunning hinterland home reflects both its well-travelled owners and the soft, earthy tones of the surrounding landscape. Interior designer Jase Sullivan has cleverly transformed this barn-style build with cosy, whimsical touches and adventurous use of colour, with sunset hues inspired by the peaceful, expansive vista from the terrace – pink clouds, a green, tree-lined backdrop and the blue sea in the distance. Interior: @lauren_nelson_design I Photography: @sethsmoot I Styling: @kendrasmoot I Published: @vogueliving I Featured: Flocca Linen Duvet in Tempest, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Tempest  Tiburon Lauren Nelson DesignLocated in the northern Californian town of Tiburon, this stunning residence was passed down through generations before being reimagined by Lauren Nelson Design as a modern family home. Rich tones and soft, tactile furnishings lend understated luxury while an artful pairing of warm, caramel hues and soft, creamy textures imbues a contemporary sensibility to the interior, which the designer wanted to feel both airy and intimate.  ​Interior/Architecture: @studioesteta I Photography: @sharyncairns I ​Published: @thelocalproject I Featured: Flocca Euro Pillowcase in Russo, Flocca Linen Duvet in Mare, Crush Linen Throw in Armee Studio EstetaAs a brand committed to quality craftsmanship and purposeful design, we felt an instant affinity with this considered refurbishment project by Studio Esteta, set against the stunning background of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. The thoughtful renovation works harmoniously with the surrounding landscape, with a sun-drenched living area taking in sweeping views and a palette of warm timbers and textured stone complementing the natural beauty outside. 
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Our favourite pillow colour pairings

Pillows and cushions are the easiest way to update your bedding, whether you want to introduce a versatile accent piece or give your bedroom a seasonal refresh. Be inspired by four of our favourite looks to personalise your space, from light, sandy neutrals to earthy pink and rich chocolate hues.  Basix Stripe Euro Pillowcase in Mare/Bere, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Bere, Basix Panel Pillow in Mare/Bere, Basix Stripe Pillow in Mare/Bere Mare and Bere The unlikely pairing of green-blue Mare and warm, chocolate Bere makes a decadent duo, with Bere bringing a grounding quality to oceanic Mere. Plain colourways in both hues are juxtaposed with striped pillows and cushions featuring both colours for cohesion.  Flocca Long Pillowcase in Cep, Basix Linen Pillowcase in Cep, Kristine Euro Pillowcase in Sable Sable and Cep Two of our bestselling hues, warm, sandy Sable and classic taupe Cep can be mixed and matched effortlessly. To add depth and interest to this neutral pairing, we've layered the gentle ruffles of our Kristine pillows with the delicate, hand-tufted edges of our signature Flocca range.  Flocca Long Pillowcase in Nox and Russo Nox and Russo The tactile, black melange of Nox provides a strong foundation for the inviting warmth of Russo, offering a striking contemporary look. We've paired long linen pillowcases to create a soft drape that will imbue a relaxed elegance in any bedroom. Flocca Linen Euro Pillowcase in Rosa, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Bere, Flocca Linen Body Pillow in Rosa Rosa and Bere  A romantic pairing of earthy pink Rosa and warm chocolate Bere adds richness to a soft, neutral bedscape, with a matching set of European pillows and a body pillow in Rosa providing a colour anchor to introduce complementary Bere. For tips on how to style and group your pillows, read our Masterclass in Pillows.
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Seasonal Layers

A change in the air calls for classic and adaptable bedding that can be effortlessly layered up or down, whether you’re looking forward to long, balmy days or preparing for cool and cozy nights ahead. Whatever the temperature, luxurious European pure linen bedding offers the ideal weight, softness and breathability to keep you comfortable all year round.   Flocca Linen Blanket in Sable, Basix Linen Coverlet in Ayrton, Flocca Euro Pillowcases in Cep, Flocca Linen Pillowcase - Brun, Basix Stripe Linen Cushion - Ayrton/Russo, Flocca Linen Bedhead Short - Ayrton Our signature palette offers timeless neutrals you'll be reaching for in every season, with warm, sandy Sable providing a classic and versatile base for any interior scheme. As one of our bestselling neutral colourways, it features in this look in the Basix Linen Bed Skirt, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet, Basix Linen Fitted Sheet and Flocca Linen Blanket.  Basix Linen Coverlet in Ayrton To achieve a harmonious balance of warm neutrals and light, airy tones, our Basix Linen Coverlet in classic antique white Ayrton introduce a fresh, contemporary touch. The midweight quality of our coverlet makes it ideal for staying snuggly on cooler evenings as well as being the perfect duvet alternative on warmer nights. Crush Linen Throw in Fysk, Basix Linen Coverlet in Ayrton Finish the look with intentional accessories such as texture-rich blankets and throws, which allow for pared-back simplicity or added warmth when needed. Our Crush Linen Throw Blanket in Fysk Melange, an earthy wheat hue, is the ultimate transeasonal essential, offering a lightweight quality and natural breathability that enriches any space in your home. Perfect as a final bedding layer, it’s also ideal as a cosy sofa companion after the sun goes down.   Basix Linen Coverlet in Ayrton, Flocca Euro Pillowcases in Cep, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Brun, Basix Stripe Cushion in Ayrton/Russo, Flocca Flat Sheet in Cep Pillows and cushions offer a quick and easy refresh as the seasons change, with our signature palette made to mix and match for endless layering combinations. Personalise your look with rich accent colours and hand-tufted details, as seen in this bedscape where standard pillows in toffee-hued Brun, European pillows in Cep, a creamy taupe, and Basix Stripe Linen Pillows in Ayton/Russo tie this tonal scheme together.  View the collection, Season Layers here.
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Cohesive Living Room Design

Creating a space with an effortless flow isn't always as easy as it appears, however a few key considerations can go a long way in achieving a harmonious balance. From the colour scheme, furniture and floor coverings to accessories and artwork, we share some tips on bringing together a timeless look that feels inviting and connected.  Double Crush Throw in Moro/Floss Starting with the colour scheme can help to inform the rest of the room, so think about whether you would like to go for a cool base or a warm base and build on those foundations. A wide spectrum of neutrals ranging from off-white to dove grey can provide an adaptable backdrop for furniture, rugs, curtains and accessories, setting the overall mood and allowing for tonal variations.  'Figures and landscape' 2023 by David Asher Brook represented by Fox Galleries I Cleo Sofa by Jardan I Ripples carpet by Bremworth I Crush Linen Throw in Brun, Flocca Linen Macaron in Moro, Flocca Linen Pillow in Floss The sofa is generally the centrepiece of any living area, and much like your walls, a neutral colour is the most versatile option. Applying the same colour scheme to your walls, floors and larger furniture items is an easy way to ensure cohesion, allowing dark and light shades to add tonal depth and contrast. If you would like the help of an expert when selecting your colour palette, please reach out to our team for your complimentary style consultation. Gemma Sofa by Tallira Furniture via The Rug Collection  I ’Dexter’ White-bellied sea eagle 2014 Series: Prey By Leila Jeffreys I Flocca Linen Blanket in Ayrton, Flocca Linen Pillow in Tempest, Pure Linen Swatch in Mare Once you've chosen your base colour, it is time to introduce layers of texture and interest through accessories. This includes soft furnishings such as cushions and throws, which also make a practical addition for comfort and warmth. A cool, contemporary space draws on our colourways Mare, Ayrton and Tempest, while a warm, earthy aesthetic is enhanced with textural accents in Floss, Moro and Brun. Art can lend a personal touch – choose pieces that include a tie-in with the overarching colour scheme.  Flocca Linen Pillow in Argent, Mare and Armee, Flocca Linen Macaron in Mare, Basix Linen Bolster in Sable/Nox, Basix Linen Pillow in Mare/Bere
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Minimalist Bed Styling

Pairing a zen, minimal aesthetic with the warmth and tactility of a wabi-sabi interior scheme, this refined look takes a less-is-more approach that embraces simplicity and timeless style. Whether you choose a generous pure linen flat sheet, a bedspread or a coverlet as a simple yet statement-making bedcover, these key pieces are effortless in their ability to create a luxurious and tranquil space at home. Interior: @aki_interiordesign I Styling: @candycejames I Photography: @timothykaye I Published: @thelocalproject I Featured: Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Bere  Interior: @aki_interiordesign I Styling: @candycejames I Photography: @timothykaye I Published: @thelocalproject I Featured: Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Bere  Featured: Flocca Linen Flat Sheet - Maiz, Crush Merino Blanket - Oro Melange, Flocca Linen Bedhead Short - Ayrton Keep the styling simple with a generous flat sheet (we recommend a Super King), leaving the linen to flow freely and pool on the floor for a dramatic effect or tucking it into two standard pillows for a more refined look. For a bold statement, you can choose a rich colourway such as our chocolate brown Bere, or muted gold Maiz, which complements many bedroom interior design styles and lends inviting warmth.   Featured: Flocca Linen Bedspread in Sable, Flocca Linen Bedhead Short - Sable Our Flocca Linen Bedspread features a beautiful, vintage-inspired diamond pattern that adds subtle interest to a pared-back scheme, available in two neutrals – classic antique white Ayrton and light, sandy Sable – while our elegantly embroidered Basix Linen Coverlet can be used to achieve a similar look. Should you wish to finish a minimalist bed with an added layer of texture, you can easily introduce a sumptuous throw or our best-selling Flocca Body Pillow. Interior: @ninamayainteriors I Published: @thelocalproject I Featured: Flocca Linen Body Cushion in Ayrton I Flocca Linen Blanket in Ayrton
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Mother's Day with Sarah-Jane from Huntress & Hound

For Sarah-Jane Mossop of interior design studio Huntress & Hound, Mother's Day means messy pancakes and meandering to the beach with her 17-month-old daughter Sunny. We chat with the creative director and first-time mum about the joys and surprises of motherhood and the importance of community. What does your perfect Mother's Day look like? As Mother’s Day falls on a Sunday – my favourite day of the week! We have a little Sunday morning ritual, and the morning usually unfolds to the tunes of Nina Simone and Etta James as we gather in the kitchen to whip up batches of banana pancakes, make a huge mess and then venture out onto the verandah to enjoy our coffee and breakfast. Later, we might meander down to the beach to take my other (fur) baby, Dennis, for a walk. A precious extra hour of slumber would make it a perfect day!  Sarah-Jane Mossop: @sarah.jane.sj of interior design studio: @huntress_and_hound I Photography: @stateofindianna_ What have been the most surprising parts of motherhood for you? The most surprising aspect of motherhood for me has been tapping into the boundless reservoirs of inner strength and power that I never knew I possessed. It's awe-inspiring how resilient we, as women, truly are. Motherhood presents an ever-changing landscape to navigate; just when you think you're over one mountain, you are met with another! But we keep on going, and that resilience has been something I’ve always admired within my own mother and grandmother. Now that I'm here, experiencing it firsthand, I finally understand the depth of that strength and determination.   Sarah-Jane Mossop: @sarah.jane.sj of interior design studio: @huntress_and_hound I Photography: @stateofindianna_ Featured: Flocca Linen Duvet in Mare, Basix Panel Cushion in Mare/Bere, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Brun, Basix Bolster Cushion in Mare/Bere What do you love most about being a mum? Her hot little breath tickling my neck when she falls asleep in my arms, the small hands and the way they feel in my hands, her joy and surprise at experiencing new things for the first time – “Oooo-wow” – and her little voice in the morning calling out to me. I also love how becoming a mother reminds you to be young again; to let your guard down and embrace the play, the mess and the silly. Every day, she brings so much innocent joy, and amidst all the chaos of life, there is this little golden pocket rocket screaming “Cracker Mumma” as she runs through the house wearing pants on her head! It's chaos, but I love it.  Sarah-Jane Mossop: @sarah.jane.sj of interior design studio: @huntress_and_hound I Photography: @stateofindianna_ Featured: Flocca Linen Duvet in Mare, Basix Panel Cushion in Mare/Bere, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Brun What is the best advice you've received from a mother figure in your life? My own mother always emphasised the importance of building quality connections and approaching life with empathy, and it's a piece of advice that resonates deeply with me. Even though she passed away when I was younger, her words have stuck with me. In a world that can sometimes feel overwhelming or isolating, having a support system is like a beacon of light guiding me through life's ups and downs. Whether it's friends who become like family, mentors who offer guidance, or even kind strangers who lend a listening ear, each person in my tribe enriches my life.   Sarah-Jane Mossop: @sarah.jane.sj of interior design studio: @huntress_and_hound I Photography: @stateofindianna_ What is one of your favourite pieces from the HMCo collection, and why? It’s a tough pick, but I’d have to say the Crush Linen Throw. I have one in Argent, and apart from being a beautiful piece to style any bedroom, I personally love it as it’s such a transitional piece. It follows us from the end of the bed to warm cuddles on the couch at the end of the day. The texture is so soft and adds an element of understated luxury – perfect for styling. Crush Linen Crush Throw in Argent Sarah-Jane Mossop: @sarah.jane.sj of interior design studio: @huntress_and_hound I Photography: @stateofindianna_ Featured: Flocca Linen Duvet in Mare, Basix Panel Cushion in Mare/Bere  
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Beige Beauty

While beige may have a reputation for being bland, taking a fresh perspective on this diverse and adaptable colour spectrum can imbue classic style and sophistication to your space. Ranging from bright whites to warm, earthy hues, there's a shade to suit any interior scheme, and understanding the balance and variations will allow you to achieve a brilliant tonal blend or concept featuring a beautiful beige palette. Interior: @ninamayainteriors I Photography: @smartanson I Published: @yellowtrace Featured: Flocca Linen Hand Towel in Sable A key tip when building a beige interior scheme is to first choose your primary colour, which will usually be your wall colour. From here, work your way out into the rest of your space to set the tone and decide whether it will be lighter or darker than your primary hue of choice. Identify what resonates with you when choosing your scheme – the two predominant looks that most often utilise a beige colour palette are 'rustic' and 'refined'. A rustic look includes a number of blended textural elements that tend to be earthy and organic in nature, for example limewash, timber grain and tactile fabrics such as linen and boucle wool. This look might also feature shades on the darker end of the spectrum such as buttery caramel and tan to add warmth and interest. Interior: @stateofcraft I Photography: @studio_rochowski A refined scheme leans towards a more light and sophisticated aesthetic, with polished or uniform finishes for a high-end, tranquil feel. Think velvet and stone or painted and lacquered surfaces, with colours from the lighter end of the spectrum such as fresh whites and creams complemented by cool marble and polished brass for modern accents. Interior: @studio_cobe I Photography: @jack.lovel The considered layering of textiles is important whether your look is rustic or refined, helping to soften the edges and providing subtle definition. Though your eye may not immediate identify it on entering a room, a subtle tactile quality can transform the overall feel of the room and create a welcoming atmosphere in an otherwise minimal space. Styling: @marketreadyproperties I Photography: @mindicooke I Featured: Basix Linen Quilt in Sable, Flocca Linen Duvet in Brun, Basix Bolster Cushion in Sable/Brun, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Petra Choose an accent or hard surface such as lighting and side tables in black, dark brown or a polished metal to provide visual relief, and don’t rush the process – build up your elements until you are happy. It can help to create a moodboard of things you like – images, fabric swatches and colour palettes – and try to get samples where you can as things can always look different online or in different light.
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Bedding Glossary

While many might think a duvet, quilt and coverlet are interchangeable, or that a bedspread and bedcover are the same thing, there are differences in these layers – including weight, size and function – that, once understood, can help make choosing the right option much easier. Read on for our bedding glossary where we explain some key bedding terms that can assist you with finding the right layer for your space and ensure you get the best night’s sleep.    Basix Linen Quilt in Ayrton Quilt When considering a quilt vs duvet, it might help to understand that we class our quilt as an ‘all-in-one’ duvet alternative, while a duvet refers to a fabric cover with an insert. Our quilt is medium weight and generous in size, working beautifully on both a Queen and King bed. Basix Linen Coverlet CoverletOur coverlet is a lightweight duvet or quilt alternative that is often used as a layering piece. Timeless and versatile, our coverlet is an adaptable year-round addition that adds effortless elegance to any bedding scheme. Flocca Linen Bedspread Bedspread and BedcoverBoth a bedspread and bedcover offer a thin top-layer ‘cover all’, with the main difference being that the bedspread covers all but the pillows – similar to a coverlet – while a bedcover drapes generously to cover the whole bed including the pillows and reaches the floor. Flocca Linen Duvet in Petra Duvet A duvet refers to the fabric cover that goes over an insert. Offered in a range of sizes  – ours are available in King Single, Double, Queen, King and Super King – they can be easily updated to suit the season and are a simple way to transform the overall look of your bedroom.  Flocca Linen Blanket in Ayrton BlanketA blanket is generally an accessory that can be used on a bed for an added layer of warmth, while also adaptable enough to work in other spaces such as in the living room, draped over the back of a sofa for convenient warmth and coverage. Crush Linen Throw in Ayrton Throw BlanketSimilar to a blanket, a throw is slightly smaller in size and is used more as a decorative accessory for the bedroom and living area, for example, folded over the back of an armchair as a light knee blanket or draped at the end of the bed for added colour and texture. 
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How to Care for Your Linen

Each piece in the HMCo. collection is made with exquisite craftsmanship and designed to last, and by taking an equally considered approach to care and handling, your linen will become softer and more luxurious with every wash.  The benefits of pure linenWith roughly one-third of our lives spent sleeping, creating a healthy (and beautiful) sleeping environment should be a high priority. Pure linen is a beautiful, natural material derived from flax, which is 100 per cent biodegradable and recyclable. This durable fibre allows for optimal breathability and can absorb as much as 20 per cent of its dry weight before feeling damp, leaving you feeling cool and dry in all seasons.   Read more about the benefits of linen here.    Washing your pure linen sheetsA gentle, warm machine wash is recommended with like colours, and avoid overfilling the machine so the product can move freely during the wash. We suggest using a mild liquid detergent on all of our linen sheets. We recommend tumble drying safely on low to medium heat to keep your linen soft and maintain its textural appeal. Crush Linen Throw Blanket & Crush Double Linen Throw Blanket Wash separately in a gentle warm machine wash using a mild liquid detergent and dry flat out of direct sunlight. This product can be tumble-dried on a cool setting.  Flocca Linen Blanket Wash separately in a gentle warm machine wash using a mild liquid detergent. Our Flocca Linen Blanket can be dry-cleaned. We recommend that our Flocca Linen Blanket be tumble-dried on low heat.  Crush Merino Blanket Made from 100 per cent soft knitted Italian Merino yarn and pre-washed for softness, our Crush Merino Blanket is to be dry-cleaned only.  Basix Linen Quilt Dry-clean professionally or use a gentle machine wash (less than 40 degrees) in a commercial-sized, front-loading machine with mild liquid detergent. Our Basix Linen Quilt should be tumble dried at low heat. Flocca Linen BedspreadYour bedspread is not to be used or washed as you would a sheet, and we strongly recommend dry-cleaning this product.  Flocca Linen TowelsA gentle warm machine wash is recommended with like colours. While we recommend tumble drying your towels, high heat will cause temporary shrinkage. Once water is reapplied to your product it will return to its original size. NOTE: The premium density weave of our Linen Towels may cause lint. As a result, we strongly recommend washing and tumble-drying your towels separately. Tumble drying will expedite any lint shedding as well as keep your product soft to the touch and help to maintain its shape. FAQSWhich detergent should I use to wash my linen sheets?Use a mild detergent such as a wool wash. To maintain the colour of your linen, we advise not to use bleach or detergents with optical brighteners or the anti-pilling enzyme cellulase, and to avoid exposure to continual sunlight.Does linen shrink in the wash?Linen as a fibre naturally expands with wear and shrinks with washing. However, our linen sheets have been pre-washed and pre-shrunk at very high temperatures to ensure that with proper care, no further shrinkage than its original state should occur.Can you put linen sheets in the dryer?HMCo. linen sheets can be tumble-dried or line-dried. We highly recommend tumble-drying our sheets to maintain their shape. If using a tumble dryer, use a low to medium heat to help maintain its soft textural appeal. Drying at high temperatures will cause the linen fibres to overheat, making them brittle over time. When line drying, we recommend taking your sheets off the line while they are slightly damp and finishing them in the dryer to soften. Do linen sheets stretch? Linen as a fibre will naturally stretch with wear. HMCo. pure linen sheets are pre-shrunk and pre-washed ensuring the product retains its original quality from the first wash. To avoid deterioration from stretching and ensure longevity, we highly advocate tumble drying your linen sheets at least partially. Always be sure to check individual product care instructions as these may vary from product to product within the HMCo. collection.  Read more about how to care for your linen in our Linen Care Guide
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Palette Play: Chapter 2

We continue to explore our most coveted pure linen bedding combinations with styling guidance on how to bring each look to life in your space. This week's focus is on fresh, neutral layers of cloud-like whites and sea-inspired blues. Fresh White – Ayrton & Petra Soft and timeless Ayrton is a year-round favourite, offering a heavenly balance of freshness and classic style when styled with Petra, our pale stone hue. The latter is a versatile off-white that has been created with a melange weave combining Ayrton and warm, sandy Sable. Classic antique white Ayrton is ideal as a mid-hue, lending a brightening layer to Petra and creating a brilliant tonal scheme. Flocca Linen Duvet in Petra, Crush Linen Throw in Tempest, Basix Linen Quilt in Ayrton, Basix Linen Stripe Cushion in Ayrton/Nox, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Ayrton, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Ayrton, Flocca Euro Sham in Ayrton, Basix Linen Bed Skirt/Valance in Ayrton, Basix Linen Fitted Sheet in Ayrton Styling and variations  Any soft, light mid-hue will easily add an accent to this neutral white combination. Choose your accent hue based on the desired tone, for example, fo you wish for a cool palette, Argent, Fog or Azura will work beautifully, while Sable or Carmel are perfect for a warm palette. A set of pillowcases and or a flat sheet in your chosen hue will be enough to balance the tonal look. To enhance and add interest to this neutral scheme, look to stripe pillowcases and/or accessories – Ayrton/Russo or Sable/Brun for a warm palette, and Sable/Roy (for greens) or Fog/Tempest (for blue) or Ayrton/Nox (for both) for a cool palette. Quilts and coverlets add a luxurious, cloud-like final layer. See Shop our Style for pillow and accessory configurations best suited for you.  Flocca Linen Duvet in Petra, Basix Linen Quilt in Ayrton Mediterranean Blues – Fog & Roy Calming Fog and Roy evoke leisurely days of sun and sea, inspiring a look that has classic appeal yet can be easily adapted for a more contemporary aesthetic. Fog is the primary hue in this scheme, offering a soft, light blue that imbues a calming effect that won’t overpower your space. Our cornflower-hued Roy works as a tonal accent, with both Fog and Roy falling into the dusty side of the blue spectrum. Flocca Linen Duvet in Fog, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Roy, Flocca Linen Blanket in Roy, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Roy, Basix Linen Bed Skirt/Valance in Fog, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Fog, Crush Double Linen Throw Blanket in Petra/Kali, Flocca Long Linen Pillowcase in Fog, Flocca Linen Cushion in Roy, Flocca Macaron Linen Cushion in Roy Styling and variations  Both Fog and Roy can easily and effectively be switched over as primary and accent hues. Using Roy as the primary colour will make more of a statement, while still bringing tonal cohesion and calm to your space. Including a neutral hue such as Ayrton or Petra will brighten the scheme and add further coolness, and Sable will add warmth. All of these neutrals work wonderfully as a contrasting fitted sheet, pillowcases or accessories. These soothing blues are best styled loosely for a relaxed, effortless look. Flocca Linen Blanket in Roy  
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Palette Play: Chapter One

From fresh, light neutrals to rich, warm hues, our signature colour palette is designed to layer effortlessly. This week we highlight two of our coveted pure linen bedding combinations, a focus on rich earthy tones with variations and styling tips that will work in any space in your home. Flocca Linen Duvet in Armee, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Carmel, Flocca Euro Pillowcase in Russo, Basix Bolster Cushion in Sable/Brun, Crush Linen Throw in Brun, Basix Stripe Linen Pillowcase in Brun/Sable, Flocca Linen Bedhead - Ayrton Versatile Hues – Armee, Russo, Carmel & Sable There is no easier way to imbue your home with warmth and textural appeal than with the rich, earthy tones of Armee, Russo and Carmel. In this timeless scheme, Armee is the primary hue – a deep, textural khaki that is reminiscent of lush remote pastures. Carmel, a sun-bleached caramel, works as the mid-tone colour to balance the richness of Armee and Russo. As a warm, bold accent, Russo adds intensity, while Sable lends softness and provides a neutral base, as well as a visual break from the strong accent hues. Crush Linen Throw in Brun Hinterland Harmony – Brun, Nox, Russo & Sable  A soothing palette of natural hues and textural greys can be layered effortlessly with the dark melange of Nox, while accents of earthy Russo echo the outdoors. As the primary hue, Brun sets the tone for accents and adds texture with its beautiful melange weave. Nox and Russo both feature as accent hues, with Nox on the cool spectrum, bringing in moodiness and complementing the warmth and intensity of Russo. Sable is an optional base hue that can be useful for a neutral sheet rotation, offering freshness between bolder accent hues. Flocca Linen Duvet in Brun, Flocca Linen Body Cushion in Nox, Double Crush Throw in Russo/Sable, Flocca Linen Blanket in Russo, Flocca Linen Flat Sheet in Russo & Nox, Flocca Euro Shame in Brun, Flocca Linen Pillowcase in Nox, Flocca Linen Bedhead Short in Sable Flocca Linen Duvet in Brun  
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Cottagecore Style

The Repose - Luxury Boutique Accommodation in Dubbo NSW @the_repose I Featured: Flocca Linen Duvet in Brun, Kristine Linen Flat Sheet in Ayrton While interior trends come and go, the desire to create a warm and welcoming space to spend time with loved ones is a constant. Enter cottagecore, the design aesthetic that, while not exactly new, has seen a resurgence in recent years due to social media influencers' sepia-toned snaps coupled with Taylor Swift's Folklore album touting forest strolls, cosy cardigans and freshly baked scones. This classic look is all about comfort, slow living and simplicity, and has been widely embraced as we've been spending more time at home. Interior: @heidiwoodmaninteriors | Photography: @nolancalischphoto I Featured: Basix Linen Coverlet in Sable, Kristine Standard Pillowcase in Sable, Basix Linen Bolster Cushion in Rosa/Floss With a focus on softness, layering and well-worn pieces that tell a story, cottagecore is the antidote to sleek minimalist and fast homewares. Derived from a bucolic farmhouse aesthetic that has been around for centuries, this trend has evolved beyond the rustic style we are familiar with as designers push the boundaries with considered clashes of colour and patterns. The resulting look is romantic, modern and personal – and most importantly, lived in.   Styling: @katelincoln.stylist I Photography: @ksoljointeriors I Published: @countrystylemag I Featured: Kristine Euro Pillowcase in Fog, Kristine Flat Sheet in Fog   The cottagecore colour palette is nature-inspired, with earthy neutrals providing an adaptable backdrop for patterns – think florals and nature motifs – and vibrant accents. Layering is key, as is a sense of laidback ease, so allow your bedding and accessories to fall naturally for a look that is fuss-free and uncontrived. Pure linen provides the inviting tactility and relaxed elegance necessary to achieve this look, while understated hues ensure that your space is grounding and timeless. Featured: Kristine Linen Euro Sham in Cep, Kristine Linen Pillowcase in Ayrton, Kristine Linen PIllowcase in Floss, Kristine Flat Sheet In Ayrton Whether you wish to transport yourself to the verdant English countryside or a cabin in the woods each time you step through the front door or retain a more contemporary look at home, there are elements of cottagecore that will work to elevate any space, whether maximalist or pared-back. Handcrafted ceramics or a piece of antique furniture can imbue an artisan touch to a modern interior, while soft furnishings and subtle, ruffled details lend elegance and cosy textural appeal to the bedroom, bathroom, living areas and kitchen.
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